An academic internship is preferably an off-campus learning/practicing experience in which the student applies a body of knowledge and skill in a structured non-classroom setting. It can take place in many settings—governments, social organizations and agencies, churches, business enterprises. It can make use of almost every knowledge and skill area in Bethel’s curriculum.
Before you participate in an internship you must take a mandatory internship seminar offered each month by the internship coordinator.
Before you start your internship you must complete the learning contract (pdf) and return it to the internship coordinator. The learning contract must be turned in before the deadline and within five days of the start of your internship.
Students in the Bethel Business and Economics Association (BBEA) gain the training, skills, and networking opportunities important to success in the workplace.
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